On Legal Theory of Muslim Jurisprudence
Al-mustasfa min 'ilm al-usul (Arabic: المستصفى من علم الأصول) or On Legal theory of Muslim Jurisprudence is a 12th-century treatise written by Abū Ḥāmid Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Ghazali. While Ghazali was deeply involved in Tasawwuf and Kalam, Islamic Law and Jurisprudence formed the core of his concerns.
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The Sharia rulesEdit
The sharia rules were further categorized into following.
- The Essence of the Rules
- The Categories of the Rules
- The Constituents of the Rules
The Sources of the rulesEdit
The sources of the rules included.
- Böwering, Gerhard; Crone, Patricia; Mirza, Mahan (31 January 2018). "The Princeton Encyclopedia of Islamic Political Thought". Princeton University Press – via Google Books.
- Publishing, Britannica Educational (1 October 2009). "The 100 Most Influential Philosophers of All Time". Britannica Educational Publishing – via Google Books.
- "Dissertation" (PDF). ghazali.org.